Moulin Mattei - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
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About Moulin Mattei
It was one of the rare windmills that Corsica knew. But especially it is necessary to know that Mattei's name is more often associated with the mark of aperitif. From this mill, one can admire a remarkable sight on the sea as well as on the Centauri's picturesque port with a height of 365 meters and it is open to tourists. It was built at the end of the 18th century and had so many renovations later.
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Genoese towers in Corsica
7.3km from Moulin Mattei
The Genoese towers of Corsica are a series of coastal defenses built by the Republic of Genoa between the 15th and 18th centuries. There are around 70 towers still standing, and they are spread across the island. The towers were used as both lookout posts and defensive fortifications, and they were often manned by a small garrison of soldiers. In addition to their military function, the towers also served as a way for Genoa to assert its control over Corsica.
Plage du Lotu
30.31km from Moulin Mattei
The Beach Loto Note is a beach north of the coast of Agriates Desert in Corsica, located between Punta di Ravijola and Punta Cavallata, bathed by the Mediterranean Sea. The beach is shared for half between the municipalities of Santo-Pietro-di-Tenda to the west and Saint-Florent to the east. Loto beach is accessible by sea and, on foot from Saint-Florent, by the customs trail which runs along the entire coast of the Agriates desert.
Plage de Saleccia
30.45km from Moulin Mattei
The beach of Saleccia is located in Corsica , in the Agriates Desert , territory of which the origin of the name refers to "fertile agricultural land" 1 . The beach is considered one of the most beautiful on the island. The beach of Saleccia is a long strip of fine white sand that stretches for 1,200 m.
Col de Teghime
33.11km from Moulin Mattei
The Col de Teghime is one of the main passes in Corsica. It offers a view of the two coasts of Corsica, with Bastia and the Tyrrhenian Sea to the east, Saint-Florent, the Desert of Agriates and the Mediterranean Sea to the west. A monument at the pass pays homage to the sacrifice of Moroccan goumiers in this battle and in the Liberation of Corsica. One of the nice location which was flourished with stunning views and natural beauty.
Désert des Agriates
37.87km from Moulin Mattei
The desert of Agriates or the Agriates is a territory of Corsica shared between the micro-regions of Balagne 1 to the west and Nebbio. The only inhabited place of Les Agriates is the scattered hamlet of Casta . Some tourist guides present it as the only desert in Western Europe. This wild and untamed little desert sums up the beauty of Corsica. There are among the most beautiful beaches on the island, incredible scenery, and a preserved scrubland.
Étang de Biguglia
39.66km from Moulin Mattei
The Étang de Biguglia is a Corsican lagoon located south of Bastia, on the Bevinco river. It is the largest coastal pond on the island which covers 1,450 ha. The fort of Biguglia located north of the pond bears witness to the strong activities of the past. This pond has been exploited for many species of fish. A nine picnic spot and also you can have fish from this pond and also swimming is allowed here.
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